Encompassing four expansive floors, Saskia Blyth and Paola Masiano have joined forces to transform this remarkable terraced home in the heart of Notting Hill.
Each room has been meticulously redesigned to incorporate Crittall glass, smooth concrete finishes, eclectic furnishings and metallic detailing. The result? An environment that is as captivating as it is calming, with engaging bespoke finishes throughout.
Enter through a hallway, with floors reclaimed from a French chateau. Demonstrating an elegant take on industrial styling, the open-plan kitchen and reception room is bright and welcoming. Situated on the lower-ground floor, find an exquisite Boffi kitchen with gold finishing and a streamlined island. There’s thoughtful zoning between the kitchen, coffee table and large dining space – with a snug room nestled through an archway. The sprawling Crittall doors open onto the tranquil walled garden. A private oasis in the middle of the bustling city.
The first-floor reception room features antique French doors, an intricate Jamb fireplace and intricately painted walls by award-winning artist Axcel Vervoot. French doors open to a south-facing balcony; light emanates through the windows, illuminating the period cornicing which frames the room. Find a terrace on the landing, a picturesque spot for a morning coffee overlooking the leafy street.
The master suite occupies the entire third floor, offering a peaceful environment with reams of light. Sweeping blonde floors lead to a dedicated dressing area with floor-to-ceiling wardrobes, with an en-suite bathroom next door – complete with Carrera-marble and Lefroy & Brooks taps. Three further bedrooms are characterised by clean lines, high ceilings and neutral palettes, served by a family bathroom and shower room. On the lower-ground level, staff living quarters ensure there’s space for everyone to unwind.